The goal of the Paul Post Fund is to support Vermont libraries and to encourage and enhance reading by young adults. The fund has a primary interest in literacy projects that will engage young people. Any school, municipal or public nonprofit library in the state of Vermont may apply to the Paul Post Fund. For more information visit http://www.vermontcf.org/Nonprofits/AvailableGrants/PaulPostFund.aspx
The Vermont Community Foundation
Ranges from $250-$1,000
No deadline, applications are accepted via email on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Send your proposal (no longer than two pages) via email to Christopher Kaufman Ilstrup at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the following information in your proposal:
The Ezra Jack Keats Foundation will accept applications from public schools and libraries anywhere in the United States. Some examples of creative programs funded in the past are:
- Ongoing pen-pal projects briging disparate communities together
- Multi-cultural portrait projects
- Art projects culminating in art shows, murals, or quilts
- Creation and performance of puppet shows
- Inter-generational journals
Funds will not be granted for:
- General operating costs
- Administrative costs
- Transportation of the audience
- Purchase of books, tapes, software or equipmnt unrelated to a specific program described
For more information and an application form visit: http://www.ezra-jack-keats.org/programs/minigrant.html
Ezra Jack Keats Minigrant Program
450 14th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
|Deadline:||March15 (same deadline every year)|
|To Apply:||The online application and instructions can be found here.|
The A.D. Henderson Foundation was founded in 1959 by A.D. and Lucy E. Henderson, who made their home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dedicated to improving the lives of children through education, the Hendersons also sought to meet the constantly changing needs of our society. Through the Foundation, they strove to improve the economic, social and physical well-being of their communities. The trustees of the A.D. Henderson Foundation are dedicated to carrying on the goals of the Foundation within the framework provided by its founders.
The Mission of the A.D. Henderson Foundation is to provide an opportunity for all children to succeed, with a special interest in promoting literacy for children and families. They also seek to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the nonprofit sector to serve the interests of our communities.
For more information, visit the A.D. Henderson Foundation website.
|Contact Information:||Edward A. Gale, Program Director
|To Apply:||Applicants must contact a Foundation Program Director (contact information listed above) prior to a formal submission to discuss their project idea. If the idea is a potential match with the Foundation's funding priorities, the applicant will be asked to submit an Application which includes a maximum of three page Proposal, a project budget, an IRS tax exempt status letter no more than 5 years old, and other documentation.|
The Turrell Fund was founded in 1935 by Herbert and Margaret Turrell. Its principal interest lies in support of organizations that help youth, with special emphasis on the needy youngster.
The fund does not encourage requests for support of cultural activities, and they exclude from our consideration advocacy work, endowment funds, grants to individuals, and most hospital and health care services.
Turrell Fund grants are awarded to agencies rendering direct service to disadvantaged children in the State of Vermont, and in four counties in New Jersey: Essex, Hudson, Passaic and Union. While there are exceptions, our emphasis is on programs serving children, birth to five, and advocacy programs that support children in the same age range. One year must elapse before applying again.
For more information, visit the Turrell Fund website.
21 Van Vleck Street
Montclair, New Jersey 07042-2358
|Deadline:||Applications accepted January 1 - February 1 and July 1 - August 1.|
|To Apply:||Applications must be submitted online.|
The Verizon Foundation is designed to help people increase their literacy and educational achievement, avoid being an abuser or a victim of domestic violence, and achieve and sustain their health and safety. Grants will be made in the areas of education, literacy, domestic violence prevention, healthcare and accessibility, and internet safety. For more information about The Verizon Foundation grants and how to apply, please visit their website: foundation.verizon.com/grant/guidelines.shtml
|Contact Information:||The Verizon Foundation
185 Franklin Street, Rm 1702
Boston, MA 02110
|Amount:||Amount not specified.|
|Deadline:||Ongoing - No deadline.|
|To Apply:||Verizon only accepts applications through it's Apply Online process.|
Ben and Jerry's Foundation supports projects which are grassroots models for progressive social change, in the areas of children and families, disadvantaged groups, and the environment..
|Contact Information:||Ben and Jerry's Foundation
30 Community Drive
So. Burlington, VT 05403
|Amount:||$1,001 - $15,000|
|To Apply:||Send two copies of a letter of interest. If selected, the foundation will request a full proposal. Guidelines are available on the website: http://www.benandjerrysfoundation.org/|